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Hoshino Coffee (Raffles Holland V)

50 Wishlisted
~$20/pax
Hoshino Coffee originally from Japan, is a Japanese-Western fusion style of cafe- restaurant. We specialize in hand-dripped coffee with only premium Arabica roasted coffee beans selected by our own coffee blend specialist. In Japan, there are currently 200 outlets. Singapore is the first country outside of Japan where Hoshino Coffee has established an overseas presence.

118 Holland Avenue
#02-02 Raffles Holland V
Singapore 278997

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Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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Tried brunch at Hoshino Coffee at HV. The dish was the steak and souffle omelette with the souffle pancakes. The steak was cooked to medium and was quite good quality. The omelette was foamy on the inside and the souffle pancake was more like a cake than a souffle. Overall, the dish is 6 out of 10.

Good dish to order if you are not too hungry as the portion is rather small. The soufflé was a little bland (nicer if it were creamier) and the rice was nicely cooked, much comfort food feels. Not a lot of meat given though. Not the best priced dish at Hoshino.

pretty disappointing tbh. was excited as i had seen it a couple of times but we felt there was insufficient matcha for both pieces so the bottom layer was dry. also it was a 40 minute wait even during off peak. wld pass this next time :-/

Presentation looks exciting and the omu itself was fluffy, but not for the rice which overcooked; making the rice hard to bite. Only a few pieces of beef inside. The curry doesn’t taste appetite as well.

This is sooo good. Legit. It seems to be a small portion but surprisingly fills me up quite well!! Medium rare steak was 👌.

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Finally tried this place, and it teleported me to hokkaido :D which is known for their soup curry and salt ramen. I missed the soup curry we had there.

I had the tomato cream omu rice. Feels like nothing can go wrong with tomato cream, which is easy on the palate and never makes you feel gelat.

The porcini souffle was an interesting dish that i wasnt used to, because it felt like a mix of dessert and rissotto. The porcini taste was also a little too light, though of course, we enjoyed wobbling the souffle dish.

Soup curry was good and generous with ingredients! It is a more soupy version of the typical japanese curry and is always welcomed.

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